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Nuance announces T9 Trace for touchscreen input


News by Todd Haselton on Tuesday March 23, 2010.

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T9 Trace
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Today Nuance announced a new method for inputting text on touchscreen phones, T9 Trace. T9 Trace is similar to Swype in that it allows you to trace your finger across the touchscreen QWERTY keyboard from one letter to another to spell a word. T9 Trace supports over 70 languages and is integrated with XT9 for predictive text and error correction.

Nuance did not identify when the first T9 Trace enabled phones would be on the market, although more than four billion handsets currently use mobile solutions from the company. More information on T9 trace is available at www.nuance.com/t9trace/.

 

Touch Diamond 2 @ 2:38:04PM EDT on Friday June 10, 2011

thanks for that very informative announcements. A lot of people would be aware now about T9 trace for touchscreen input.

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